Mercury Records Discography: 1958

1958

Billy Eckstine With Pete Rugolo All Stars

Pete Candoli, Don Fagerquist (trumpet) Bud Shank (alto sax) Gerald Wiggins (piano) Red Callender (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) Billy Eckstine (vocals) Pete Rugolo (arranger, conductor) and others
Los Angeles, CA, January 2, 1958
16671ImaginationEmArcy MG 36129
16672That's All-
16673Lullaby Of The Leaves-
16674What A Little Moonlight Can Do-
16733I Wished On The Moon-
16734I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues-
16735A Faded Summer Love-
* EmArcy MG 36129   Billy Eckstine - Imagination

Buddy Morrow

Buddy Morrow (trombone) Eddie Layton (organ) unknown (drums)
NYC, January 2, 1958
16425Medley No. 6: Domino / The Petite Waltz / Padam...Padam... (How It Echoes The Beat Of My Heart) / Pigalle / Under Paris SkiesMercury MG 20372
16426Medley No. 7: (All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings / The Gypsy / Never Leave Me-
16427Medley No. 8: Tu Sais (You Know) / Valentino Tango-
16428Medley No. 9: Old Piano Roll Blues / Little Girl / It's A Pity To Say Goodnight / I've Found A New Baby-
16429Untitled Originalrejected
16430Medley No. 1: You Always Hurt The One You Love / I'll Remember April / All Or Nothing At All / Looking At The World Through Rose Colored GlassesMercury MG 20372
16431Medley No. 2: C'est Si Bon / Is You Is Or Is You Ain't (My Baby) / Ooh! Look A There Ain't She Pretty / Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don't Love Nobody But Me) / Undecided-
16432Medley No. 3: He's My Guy / (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons / Jim-
16433Medley No. 4: I'll Never Smile Again / Lover Man / Comme Ci, Comme Ca-
16434Medley: Parsian Market / China Nightsrejected
16435Medley No. 5: Red River Valley / Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall / HeartachesMercury MG 20372
* Mercury MG 20372, SR 60018   Buddy Morrow, Eddie Layton - Just We Two

Sarah Vaughan With "No Count" Band

Wendell Culley, Joe Newman, Snooky Young (trumpet) Thad Jones (trumpet, conductor) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (trombone -1/6) Marshall Royal (alto sax, clarinet -1/6) Frank Foster, Billy Mitchell (tenor sax) Frank Wess (tenor, alto sax, flute -1/6) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone sax -1/6) Ronnell Bright (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Richard Davis (bass) Sonny Payne (drums) Sarah Vaughan (vocals) Hal Mooney (director)
Fine Recording, NYC, January 5, 1958
1. 16931-1Stardust (take 1)Mercury (J) SNP 133
2. 16931-2Stardust (take 2)-
3. 16931-3Stardust (take 3)-
4. 16931-4StardustEmArcy MG 36152; Mercury (J) SNP 133
5. 16932-12Doodlin'EmArcy MG 36152
6. 16932-7Doodlin' (take 7)Mercury (J) 18PJ-1041/46
7. 16933-10Darn That Dream-
8. 16933-11-EmArcy MG 36152
9. 16933-9-Mercury (J) 18PJ-1041/46
* EmArcy MG 36152   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah (not released)
= Mercury MG 20441, SR 60116; Universal (J) UCCM-9039   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah
* Mercury (J) 18PJ-1041/46   The Complete Sarah Vaughan On Mercury, Vol. 3 - Great Show On Stage 1957-1959
* Mercury (J) SNP 133   Sarah Vaughan - The Complete "Stardust" Session

Eddie Chamblee Septet

Fortunatus Fip Ricard (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eddie Chamblee (tenor sax, arranger, vocals) Charles Davis (baritone sax) Jack Wilson (piano) Robert Wilson (bass) James Slaughter (drums)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January 6, 1958
16718StardustMercury 71254x45
16720SolitudeEmArcy MG 36131
16721Stardust-
16722Doodlin'-
16723Back Street-
16724Long GoneEmArcy MG 36131; Mercury SR 61186
* EmArcy MG 36131, SR 80007; Mercury MG 20521, SR 60198; EmArcy (J) PHCE 6005   Eddie Chamblee - Doodlin'
* Mercury SR 61186   Various Artists - Original Golden Soul, Vol. 1
= Mercury SRM 2-600   Various Artists - Original Gold Soul - 21 All Time Soul Greats
* Mercury 71254x45   Eddie Chamblee - Stardust / Strolin' Sax

Dinah Washington With Eddie Chamblee Orchestra

Fortunatus Fip Ricard (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eddie Chamblee (tenor sax) Charles Davis (baritone sax) Jack Wilson (piano) Robert Lee Wilson (bass) James Slaughter (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals) Robare Edmondson (arranger -4)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January 7, 1958
1. 16729Me And My GinEmArcy MG 36130
2. 16730Jailhouse Blues-
3. 16731You've Been A Good Old Wagon-
4. 16732After You've Gone-
* EmArcy MG 36130   Dinah Washington - Dinah Sings Bessie Smith

Eddie Chamblee Septet

Fortunatus Fip Ricard (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eddie Chamblee (tenor sax, arranger, vocals) Charles Davis (baritone sax) Jack Wilson (piano) Robert Wilson (bass) James Slaughter (drums)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January 7, 1958
16725Strollin' SaxMercury 71254x45; EmArcy MG 36131
16726Robbin's NestEmArcy MG 36131
16727Swing A Little Taste-
16728Lester Leaps Again-
* EmArcy MG 36131, SR 80007; Mercury MG 20521, SR 60198; EmArcy (J) PHCE 6005   Eddie Chamblee - Doodlin'
* Mercury 71254x45   Eddie Chamblee - Stardust / Strolin' Sax

Rozelle Gayle

Rozelle Gayle (piano, vocals) unknown (bass) unknown (drums)
NYC, January 9, 1958
16833I Hadn't Anyone Till YouMercury MG 20374
16834Autumn Leaves-
16835I Want A Big Fat Mama-
16836It Ain't Necessarily So-
* Mercury MG 20374   Rozelle Gayle - Like, Be My Guest

Rozelle Gayle

Rozelle Gayle (piano, vocals) unknown (bass) unknown (drums): same personnel
NYC, January 11, 1958
16837Down The Road A PieceMercury MG 20374
16838Vesta La Giuba-
16839Caledonia-
16840The House Of Blue Lights-
16841Like, Be My Guest-
* Mercury MG 20374   Rozelle Gayle - Like, Be My Guest

Dinah Washington With Eddie Chamblee Orchestra

Fortunatus Fip Ricard (trumpet) Julian Priester (trombone) Eddie Chamblee (tenor sax, vocals) Charles Davis (baritone sax) Jack Wilson (piano) Robert Lee Wilson (bass) James Slaughter (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals -1,2,4/7) Ernie Wilkins (arranger -7)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, January 20, 1958
1. 16975Back Water BluesEmArcy MG 36130
2. 16976If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight-
3. 16977Village SquareEmArcy MG 36131
4. 16979Our Love Is Here To StayMercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18
5. 16980Show TimeEmArcy MG 36149
6. 16981Trouble In Mind-
7. 16978Fine Fat DaddyEmArcy MG 36130
* EmArcy MG 36130   Dinah Washington - Dinah Sings Bessie Smith
* EmArcy MG 36131, SR 80007; Mercury MG 20521, SR 60198; EmArcy (J) PHCE 6005   Eddie Chamblee - Doodlin'
* Mercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18   The Complete Dinah Washington On Mercury, Vol. 3 - 1956-1958
* EmArcy MG 36149   Dinah Washington - The Queen! (not released)
= Mercury MG 20439, SR 60111   Dinah Washington - The Queen!

Patti Page With Pete Rugolo Orchestra

Patti Page (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Pete Rugolo (arranger, conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, January 21, 1958
16855They All LaughedEmArcy MG 36136
16856I'm Glad There Is You (In This World Of Ordinary People)-
16857(I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over-
16858I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans-
16859Here I'll Stay-
* EmArcy MG 36136; Mercury MG 20548, SR 60113   Patti Page - The West Side
= EmArcy MGJ 2-100   Patti Page - East Side, West Side

Ruth Olay

Milt Bernhart, unknown (trombone) George Roberts, Sy Zentner (bass trombone) Bud Shank (alto flute) Bud Motsinger (piano) Howard Roberts (guitar) Red Mitchell (bass) Larry Bunker (drums) Ruth Olay (vocals) three violins, one viola, Ed Lustgarten cello
Los Angeles, CA?, January 30, 1958
16093I'm Glad There Is YouEmArcy MG 36125
16094I Wanna Be LovedMercury 71316x45; EmArcy MG 36125
16095When The Sun Comes OutEmArcy MG 36125
16096It Never Entered My My Mind-
16097Singin' In The RainMercury 71316x45; EmArcy MG 36125
16098Lover ManEmArcy MG 36125
* EmArcy MG 36125; Mercury MG 20547, SR 60085   Ruth Olay - Olay!
* Mercury 71316x45   Ruth Olay - I Wanna Be Loved / Singin' In The Rain

Chuck Willis

King Curtis (tenor sax) Teddy Charles (vibes) Sammy Price (piano) George Barnes, Al Caiola (guitar) Lloyd Trotman (bass) Joe Marshall (drums) Chuck Willis (vocals, guitar) The Cues (vocal group) Reggie Obrecht (director)
NYC, February 14, 1958
2977You'll Be My LoveAtlantic 2005, LP 8079
2978What Am I Living ForAtlantic 1179, EP 612, LP 8021, LP 8037, LP 8079; Atco SD 33-373; Mercury MG 20826
2979Hang Up My Rock 'N' Roll ShoesAtlantic 1179, LP 8079; Atco SD 33-373
2980Keep A-DrivingAtlantic 2005, LP 8079
* Atlantic LP 8079, SD 8079   I Remember Chuck Willis
* Atlantic LP 8021   Various Artists - Rock And Roll Forever, Vol. 2
* Atlantic LP 8037   Various Artists - The Rockin' Fifties
* Atco SD 33-373   Chuck Willis - His Greatest Recordings - The Early Years
* Mercury MG 20826, SR 60826   Various Artists - Original Golden Hits Of The Great Blues Singers
* Atlantic EP 612   Chuck Willis
* Atlantic 2005   Chuck Willis - You'll Be My Love / Keep A-Driving
* Atlantic 1179   Chuck Willis - What Am I Living For / Hang Up My Rock 'N' Roll Shoes

Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra

Sixten Eriksson, Arnold Johansson, Weine Renliden, Bengt-Arne Wallin (trumpet) Gordon Ohlsson, Ake Persson, Andreas Skjold, Georg Vernon (trombone) Rolf Backman, Arne Domnerus (alto sax) Bjarne Nerem, Carl-Henrik Norin (tenor sax) Johnny Ekh (baritone sax) Bengt Hallberg (piano) Rolf Berg (guitar) Simon Brehm (bass) Egil Johansen (drums) Harry Arnold (director) Quincy Jones (arranger)
Stockholm, Sweden, February 14, 1958
17471Kinda BluesMetronome (Swd) MEP 426, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
* Metronome (Swd) MLP 15010   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Orchestra - Quincy's Home Again
* EmArcy MG 36139, SR 80006; Mercury MG 20520, SR 60197   Harry Arnold + Big Band + Quincy Jones = Jazz!
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 426   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Room 608

Helen Merrill With Bobby Jaspar Quintet

Bobby Jaspar (flute) Bill Evans (piano) George Russell (guitar) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Jo Jones (drums) Helen Merrill (vocals)
NYC, February 21, 1958
16822Let Me Love YouEmArcy MG 36134
16823When The Sun Comes Out-
16824All Of You-
16825The Nearness Of You-
16826Just Imagine-
* EmArcy MG 36134; Universal (J) UCCM-9033   Helen Merrill - The Nearness Of You

Cannonball Adderley Quintet

Nat Adderley (cornet) Cannonball Adderley (alto sax) Junior Mance (piano) Sam Jones (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
NYC, March 4, 1958
17029Stay On ItMercury rejected
17030Our DelightEmArcy MG 36135
17031Jubilation-
17032What's New-
17033Straight, No Chaser-
* EmArcy MG 36135, SR 80018; Mercury MG 20531, SR 60208   Cannonball Adderley - Cannonball's Sharpshooters

Buddy Collette And His Swinging Shepherds

Buddy Collette, Paul Horn, Harry Klee, Bud Shank (flute, piccolo) Bill Miller (piano) Joe Comfort (bass) Bill Richmond (drums) Pete Rugolo (arranger)
Los Angeles, CA, March 5, 1958
16881Pony TaleEmArcy MG 36133
16882Flute Diet-
16883Short Story-
16884Machito-
* EmArcy MG 36133, SR 80005; Mercury MG 20519, SR 60196   Buddy Collette's Swinging Shepherds

Cannonball Adderley Quintet

Nat Adderley (cornet) Cannonball Adderley (alto sax) Junior Mance (piano) Sam Jones (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums)
NYC, March 6, 1958
17034-2If I Love AgainEmArcy MG 36135
17035-2I'll Remember AprilMercury MG 20616; EmArcy EMS 2-404
17036-4The Fuller Bop Man (alternate take)Mercury (J) 25PJ-58/61
17037-1The Fuller Bop ManEmArcy MG 36135
17038-3Stay On It-
* EmArcy MG 36135, SR 80018; Mercury MG 20531, SR 60208   Cannonball Adderley - Cannonball's Sharpshooters
* Mercury MG 20616, SR 60616; Universal (J) UCCM-9124   Cannonball Adderley - Cannonball Enroute
* EmArcy EMS 2-404   Cannonball Adderley - Beginnings
* Mercury (J) 25PJ-58/61   Various Artists - Mercury 40th Anniversary V.S.O.P. Album

Sarah Vaughan

Wendell Culley, Thad Jones (trumpet) Henry Coker (trombone) Frank Wess (tenor sax) Ronnell Bright (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Roy Haynes (drums) Sarah Vaughan (vocals)
"London House", Chicago, IL, March 7, 1958
17505Detour AheadMercury MG 20383
17506Three Little Words-
17507Speal Low-
17508Like Someone In Love-
17509My Buddyrejected
17510You'd Be So Nice To Come Home ToMercury MG 20383
17511I'll String Along With You-
17512All Of You-
17513Thanks For The Memory-
* Mercury MG 20383, SR 60020   Sarah Vaughan - After Hours At The London House

Buddy Collette And His Swinging Shepherds

Buddy Collette, Paul Horn, Harry Klee, Bud Shank (flute, piccolo) Bill Miller (piano) Joe Comfort (bass) Bill Richmond (drums -1/4, congas -5) Pete Rugolo (arranger)
Los Angeles, CA, March 7, 1958
1. 16885The Funky ShepherdsEmArcy MG 36133
2. 16886The Four Winds Blow-
3. 16887Tasty Dish-
4. 16888Improvisation (unacc.)-
5. 16889Improvisation-
* EmArcy MG 36133, SR 80005; Mercury MG 20519, SR 60196   Buddy Collette's Swinging Shepherds

Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra

Sixten Eriksson, Arnold Johansson, Weine Renliden, Bengt-Arne Wallin (trumpet) Gordon Ohlsson, Ake Persson, Andreas Skjold, Georg Vernon (trombone) Rolf Backman, Arne Domnerus (alto sax) Bjarne Nerem, Carl-Henrik Norin (tenor sax) Johnny Ekh (baritone sax) Bengt Hallberg (piano) Rolf Berg (guitar) Simon Brehm (bass) Egil Johansen (drums) Harry Arnold (director) Quincy Jones (arranger)
Stockholm, Sweden, March 19, 1958
17472CherokeeMetronome (Swd) MEP 425, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
17473Brief EncounterMetronome (Swd) MEP 426, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
* Metronome (Swd) MLP 15010   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Orchestra - Quincy's Home Again
* EmArcy MG 36139, SR 80006; Mercury MG 20520, SR 60197   Harry Arnold + Big Band + Quincy Jones = Jazz!
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 425   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Count 'Em
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 426   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Room 608

Allen's All Stars

Gus Bivona (clarinet) Terry Gibbs (vibes) Steve Allen (piano) George Barnes, Al Viola (guitar) Red Mitchell (bass) Frank DiVito (drums)
Joe Pasternak's home, Hollywood, CA, March 24, 1958
17329Snacks At Pasternak'sEmArcy MG 36138
17330Baby But You Did-
17331Yours Alone-
17332Sister SunnyMercury unissued
17333Velvet EyesEmArcy MG 36138
17334Pasternak's Blues-
17335ShineMercury unissued
17336Rose RoomEmArcy MG 36138
17337The ShouterMercury unissued
* EmArcy MG 36138, SR 80004; Mercury MG 20518, SR 60195   Terry Gibbs, Steve Allen, Gus Bivona - Allen's All Stars

Max Roach Quartet

Kenny Dorham (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor sax) Nelson Boyd (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Nola Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, April 11, 1958
17277 | JB229-7Billie's BounceEmArcy MG 36127; Mosaic MD7-201
17278 | JB230-7Ko-Ko-
17279 | JB231-1Parker's Mood-
* EmArcy MG 36127, SR 80019; Mercury MG 20532, SR 60209; Universal (J) UCCM-9103   The Max Roach 4 Plays Charlie Parker
* Mosaic MD7-201   The Complete Mercury Max Roach Plus Four Sessions

Louis Jordan

Louis Jordan (alto sax, vocals) Leroy Lang (tenor sax) Howard Reynolds (piano) Jimmy Mobley (bass) Al Duncan (drums) Dorothy Smith (vocals, congas)
NYC, April 24, 1958
17085-5Sweet Hunk Of JunkMercury 71319x45; Bear Family (G) BFX 15207
17086-9I Love You SoBear Family (G) BFX 15207
17087-2Wish I Could Make Some MoneyMercury 71319x45; Bear Family (G) BFX 15207
17088-3That's What True Love Can DoBear Family (G) BFX 15207
* Bear Family (G) BFX 15207   Louis Jordan - Rockin' And Jivin' 1956/58, Vol. 2
* Mercury 71319x45   Louis Jordan - Sweet Hunk Of Junk / Wish I Could Make Some Money

Dinah Washington With Hal Mooney And His Orchestra

Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Hal Mooney (arranger, conductor)
April 24, 1958
17097Ring-A My PhoneMercury 71317x45, (J) 18PJ-10215/18
17098Never Again-
17099Kiss And Run LoverMercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18
17100If I Can't Have You-
* Mercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18   The Complete Dinah Washington On Mercury, Vol. 3 - 1956-1958
* Mercury 71317x45   Dinah Washington - Ring-A My Phone / Never Again

Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Studio Orchestra

Sixten Eriksson, Arnold Johansson, Weine Renliden, Bengt-Arne Wallin (trumpet) Gordon Ohlsson, Ake Persson, Andreas Skjold, Georg Vernon (trombone) Rolf Backman, Arne Domnerus (alto sax) Bjarne Nerem (tenor sax) Rolf Blomquist (tenor sax, flute) Rune Falk (baritone sax) Bengt Hallberg (piano) Lars Pettersson (bass) Egil Johansen (drums) Harry Arnold (director) Quincy Jones (arranger)
Stockholm, Sweden, April 29, 1958
mr1568 | 17465Quincy's Home AgainMetronome (Swd) MEP 424, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
mr1569 | 17466The Midnight Sun Never Sets-
mr1570 | 17468Room 608Metronome (Swd) MEP 426, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
mr1573 | 17467Count 'EmMetronome (Swd) MEP 425, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
add Benny Bailey (trumpet)
mr1571 | 17469Meet Benny Bailey-
mr1572 | 17470Doodlin'Metronome (Swd) MEP 424, MLP 15010; EmArcy MG 36139
* Metronome (Swd) MLP 15010   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold And His Swedish Radio Orchestra - Quincy's Home Again
* EmArcy MG 36139, SR 80006; Mercury MG 20520, SR 60197   Harry Arnold + Big Band + Quincy Jones = Jazz!
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 424   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Quincy's Home Again
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 426   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Room 608
* Metronome (Swd) MEP 425   Quincy Jones With Harry Arnold - Count 'Em

Ralph Marterie And His Orchestra

Ralph Marterie (trumpet, conductor) unidentified orchestra
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, May, 1958
17602Cha-Hua-HuaMercury MG 20395
17603Just A Minute-
17604Torero-
17605Sentimental JourneyWing MGW 12154
17606Autumn In New YorkMercury MG 20397
17607Day BreakMercury MG 20294 (alt.)
17608Red Top-
17609I'll Be AroundWing MGW 12154
17610Don't Be That WayMercury MG 20294 (alt.)
17611Lou's Blues-
17612Stars Fell On AlabamaWing MGW 12154
17613Can't We Be Friends-
17614Love Song From "Houseboat"-
17615If Your Heart Doesn't DanceMercury MG 20397
17616RamonaMercury MG 20294 (alt.)
17617Jersey RhythmMercury rejected
17618Plymouth RockMercury MG 20294 (alt.)
17619Deep PurpleWing MGW 12154
* Mercury MG 20395   Ralph Marterie And His Marlboro Men - Dance Party
* Wing MGW 12154, SRW 12511   Ralph Marterie - Marvelous Marterie
* Mercury MG 20397, SR 60036   Ralph Marterie And His Marlboro Men - Hi-Fidelity Concert
* Mercury MG 20294 (alt.), SR 60035   Ralph Marterie - College Dance Favorites

Max Roach Quintet

Booker Little (trumpet) George Coleman (tenor sax) Eddie Baker (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Max Roach (drums)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, June 3, 1958
16982Shirley (mono version)EmArcy MG 36132; Mosaic MD7-201
JB323Shirley (stereo version)Mercury SR 60128; Mosaic MD7-201
16983Memo To Maurice (mono version)EmArcy MG 36132; Mosaic MD7-201
JB324Memo To Maurice (stereo version)Mercury SR 60128; Mosaic MD7-201
16984 | JB325Stella By StarlightEmArcy MG 36132; Mercury SR 60128; Mosaic MD7-201
16985 | JB326Sporty-
16986My Old Flame (mono version)EmArcy MG 36132; Mosaic MD7-201
JB327My Old Flame (stereo version)Mercury SR 60128; Mosaic MD7-201
JB328Stompin' At The Savoy-
16987Stompin' At The Savoy (mono outchorus)EmArcy MG 36132; Mosaic MD7-201
* EmArcy MG 36132; Mercury MG 20559; Universal (J) UCCM-9110   Max Roach + 4 On The Chicago Scene
* Mercury SR 60128   Max Roach + 4 On The Chicago Scene (not released?)
= Mercury (J) 195J-41   Max Roach + 4 On The Chicago Scene
* Mosaic MD7-201   The Complete Mercury Max Roach Plus Four Sessions

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson (tenor sax) Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, director)
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, June 5, 1958
1497 | 19046Dans Mon IleMercury MG 20488
1498 | 19049Mon P'Tit Pote-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Max Roach New Quintet

Booker Little (trumpet) Ray Draper (tuba) George Coleman (tenor sax) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums)
summer 1958
17644 | JB342Love For SaleEmArcy MG 36140; Mosaic MD7-201
* EmArcy MG 36140, SR 80010; Mercury MG 20524, SR 60201, (J) 195J-42   Max Roach + 4 At Newport
* Mosaic MD7-201   The Complete Mercury Max Roach Plus Four Sessions

Dinah Washington

Blue Mitchell (trumpet) Melba Liston (trombone) Harold Ousley (tenor sax) Sahib Shihab (baritone sax) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul West (bass) Max Roach (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals)
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958
17638Lover Come Back To MeEmArcy MG 36141
17639Crazy Love-
Send Me To The 'Lectric ChairMercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18; EmArcy (J) EJD 1039
Me And My Gin (aka Gimmie Me A Pig Foot)-
17640Back Water BluesEmArcy MG 36141
* EmArcy MG 36141, SR 80009; Mercury MG 20523, SR 60200   Dinah Washington, Terry Gibbs, Max Roach, Don Elliott - Newport '58
* Mercury (J) 18PJ-10215/18   The Complete Dinah Washington On Mercury, Vol. 3 - 1956-1958
* EmArcy (J) EJD 1039   Dinah Washington, Terry Gibbs, Max Roach, Don Elliott - Newport '58

Terry Gibbs Sextet

Urbie Green (trombone) Don Elliott (mellophone, vibes) Terry Gibbs (vibes) Wynton Kelly (piano) Paul West (bass) Max Roach (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals -3)
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958
1. 17641Backstage BluesEmArcy MG 36141
2. 17642Julie And Jake-
3. 17643All Of Me-
* EmArcy MG 36141, SR 80009; Mercury MG 20523, SR 60200   Dinah Washington, Terry Gibbs, Max Roach, Don Elliott - Newport '58

Max Roach New Quintet

Booker Little (trumpet) Ray Draper (tuba) George Coleman (tenor sax) Art Davis (bass) Max Roach (drums)
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 6, 1958
Spoken Introduction By Max RoachMosaic MD7-201
17645La VillaEmArcy MG 36140; Mosaic MD7-201
17646A Night In Tunisia-
17647Deeds, Not WordsMercury (J) 195J-42; Mosaic MD7-201
17648Minor ModeEmArcy MG 36140; Mosaic MD7-201
17649Tune Up-
* EmArcy MG 36140, SR 80010; Mercury MG 20524, SR 60201, (J) 195J-42   Max Roach + 4 At Newport
* Mosaic MD7-201   The Complete Mercury Max Roach Plus Four Sessions

Joe Saye Quintet

Spencer Sinatra (flute) Joe Saye (piano) Barry Galbraith (guitar) John Drew (bass) Jimmy Campbell (drums)
Fine Recording, NYC, July 21, 1958
17664Double ShotEmArcy MG 36147
17665If I Were A Bell-
17666Younger Than Springtime-
17667Let's Call The Whole Thing Off-
17668No Two People-
17669The Blue Room-
17670Heather Hop-
17671Wonderful, Wonderful-
* EmArcy MG 36147, SR 80022   A Double Shot Of Joe Saye

Cat Anderson Orchestra

Reunald Jones, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Clark Terry (trumpet -1/4) Ray Copeland (trumpet -5/9) Cat Anderson (trumpet, arranger) Henderson Chambers, Jimmy Cleveland, Frank Rehak (trombone) Earl Warren (alto sax) Jimmy Forrest (tenor sax) Ernie Wilkins (tenor sax, arranger) Sahib Shihab (baritone sax) Jimmy Jones (piano) George Duvivier (bass) David "Panama" Francis (drums)
NYC, July 23, 1958
1. 17680You're The Cream In My CoffeeEmArcy MG 36142
2. 17681Don't Get Around Much Anymore-
3. 17682Cat's In The Alley-
4. 17683Birth Of The Blues-
5. 17684Blue Jean Beguine-
6. 17685My Adorable "D"-
7. 17686Little Man-
8. 17687June Bug-
9. 17688Nina-
* EmArcy MG 36142, SR 80008   Cat Anderson Orchestra - Cat On A Hot Tin Horn
= Mercury MG 20522, SR 60199   Cat Anderson - Cat On A Hot Tin Horn

Joe Saye Quintet

Spencer Sinatra (flute) Joe Saye (piano) Barry Galbraith (guitar) John Drew (bass) Jimmy Campbell (drums -1/3) Walter Bolden (drums -4)
Fine Recording, NYC, July 25, 1958
1. 17672Light TreadEmArcy MG 36147
2. 17673When The Sun Comes OutMercury unissued?
3. 17674Scot FreeEmArcy MG 36147
4. 17675Tenement Symphony-
* EmArcy MG 36147, SR 80022   A Double Shot Of Joe Saye

Red Prysock And His Orchestra

Red Prysock (tenor sax) and others
NYC, July 29, 1958
17479Chop SueyMercury 71411x45
17480ATing Tang, Part 1unissued
17480BTing Tang, Part 2-
17481Willow Weep For MeMercury 71358x45
17482Billie's Blues-
18008Billie's Blues (edited version)Mercury MEP 56
* Mercury 71411x45   Red Prysock - Margie / Chop Suey
* Mercury 71358x45   Red Prysock - Willow Weep For Me / Billie's Blues
* Mercury MEP 56   Red Prysock And His Orchestra (no details)

Sil Austin

Sil Austin (tenor sax) and others
NYC, August 5, 1958
17695The CharmerMercury 71361x45
17696Riff Raff-
* Mercury 71361x45   Sil Austin - The Charmer / Riff Raff

Max Roach With The Boston Percussion Ensemble

Al Portch (French horn) Max Roach (drums) Irving Farberman, Everette Firth, Lloyd McCausland, Arthur Press, Charles Smith, Harold Thompson, Walter Tokarczyk (percussion) Corinne Curry (soprano voice) Harold Faberman (conductor, director)
"Music Barn Of The Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 17, 1958
17925Variation On A Familiar Theme - Max's VariationEmArcy MG 36144
17926Variation On A Familiar Theme - Bach-
17927Variation On A Familiar Theme - Beethoven-
17928Variation On A Familiar Theme - Debussy-
17929Variation On A Familiar Theme - Stravinsky-
17930Evolution (2nd Movement)-
17950Evolution (1st Movement)-
17951Evolution (3rd Movement)-
17952The Music Inn Suite - The Music Inn #1-
17953The Poodle Tower-
17954Soliloquy #1 (Guest A, Female)-
17955Potting Shed Passacaglia-
17956Soliloquy #2 (Guest B, Male)-
17957Stephanie B-
17958Duo Concertante (Guest A And Guest B)-
17959The Music Inn #2-
* EmArcy MG 36144, SR 80015; Mercury MG 20529, SR 60206   Max Roach With The Boston Percussion Ensemble

Cannonball Adderley Sextet With Bill Russo Orchestra

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto sax) Leo Kruczek, Gene Orloff (violin) Dave Schwartz (viola) George Ricci (cello) Bill Evans (piano) Barry Galbraith (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Bill Russo (arranger)
NYC, August 20, 1958
17825Nothin'EmArcy MG 36146
17826If Life Were All Peaches And Cream-
17827Jump For Joy-
17828Brownskin Gal In A Calico Gown-
17829I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good-
* EmArcy MG 36146, SR 80017; Mercury MG 20530, SR 60207   Cannonball Adderley - Jump For Joy

Cannonball Adderley Sextet With Bill Russo Orchestra

Emmett Berry (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley (alto sax) Leo Kruczek, Gene Orloff (violin) Dave Schwartz (viola) George Ricci (cello) Bill Evans (piano) Barry Galbraith (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums) Bill Russo (arranger): same personnel
NYC, August 21, 1958
17830Two Left FeetEmArcy MG 36146
17831Bill-Blip-
17832The Tune Of Hickory Stick-
17833Just Squeeze Me-
17834Chocolate Shake-
* EmArcy MG 36146, SR 80017; Mercury MG 20530, SR 60207   Cannonball Adderley - Jump For Joy

Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Sister Rosetta Tharpe (vocals) The Sally Jenkins Singers, and others
"Church Of God In Christ", NYC, September 8, 1958
16475One Morning SoonMercury MG 20412
17974The Lord's Prayer-
17975It's Me-
17976I Look Down The Road And I Wonderunissued
17977Sign Of Judgment-
17978Steal AwayMercury MG 20412
17979Bring Back Those Happy Days-
17980Saviour Don't Pass Me By-
17981I Have Good News To Bring-
17982Go Get The Water-
17983Things That I Used To Do (And I Don't Do No More)-
17984When I Make My Last Triprejected
17985Didn't It RainMercury MG 20412
17986Beams Of Heaven-
* Mercury MG 20412, SR 60080   Sister Rosetta Tharpe - The Gospel Truth

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson (tenor sax) Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, director)
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, October 8, 1958
1988 | 19054Valse Des LilasMercury MG 20488
1989 | 19053Sous Le Vieux Pont Des Soupiers-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson (tenor sax) Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, director): same personnel
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, October 25, 1958
2073 | 19047AdiosMercury MG 20488
2074 | 19048Coeur D'Artichaut-
2075 | 19051Smoke Rings-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra

Buddy Childers, Don Fargerquist, Ollie Mitchell, Al Porcino (trumpet) Milt Bernhart, Harry Betts, Frank Rosolino, Kenny Shroyer (trombone) Red Callender (tuba) Harry Klee, Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Bob Cooper (tenor sax, oboe) Dave Pell (tenor sax, clarinet) Chuck Gentry (baritone sax, bass clarinet) Claude Williamson (piano) Howard Roberts (guitar) Don Bagley (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Pete Rugolo (leader, arranger)
Hollywood, CA, October 25, 1958
16148Eager BeaverEmArcy MG 36143
16149Artistry In Rhythm-
16150Capitol Punishment-
* EmArcy MG 36143, SR 80014; Mercury MG 20528, SR 60205   Pete Rugolo - Rugolo Plays Kenton

Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra

Buddy Childers, Don Fargerquist, Ollie Mitchell, Al Porcino (trumpet) Milt Bernhart, Dick Nash, Frank Rosolino, Kenny Shroyer (trombone) Red Callender (tuba) Harry Klee, Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Bob Cooper (tenor sax, oboe) Dave Pell (tenor sax, clarinet) Chuck Gentry (baritone sax, bass clarinet) Claude Williamson (piano) Howard Roberts (guitar) Don Bagley (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Pete Rugolo (leader, arranger): Dick Nash (trombone) replaces Betts
Hollywood, CA, October 26, 1958
16151Southern ScandalEmArcy MG 36143
16152Painted Rhythm-
16153Minor Riff-
16154Artistry In Boogie-
16155Concerto To End All Concertos-
* EmArcy MG 36143, SR 80014; Mercury MG 20528, SR 60205   Pete Rugolo - Rugolo Plays Kenton

Ramsey Lewis Trio

Ramsey Lewis (piano) El Dee Young (bass) Red Holt (drums)
Ter-Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, IL, November 6 & December 4, 1958
15198Sometimes I Feel A Motherless ChildEmArcy MG 36150
15199Come Back To Sorrento-
15293Soul Mist-
15294Dark Eyes-
15295Greensleeves-
16588John Henry-
16589Suzanne-
16590Billy Boy-
16591We Blue It-
16592Decisions-
* EmArcy MG 36150, SR 80029   Ramsey Lewis - Down To Earth
= Mercury MG 20536, SR 60213   The Ramsey Lewis Trio - Down To Earth

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson (tenor sax) Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, director)
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, November 15, 1958
2237 | 19045Moonlight SerenadeMercury MG 20488
2238 | 19050Twilight Time-
2239 | 19044For The First Time (Come Prima)-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers

Lee Morgan (trumpet) Benny Golson (tenor sax) Bobby Timmons (piano) Jymie Merritt (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, November 22, 1958
Just By MyselfFontana (F) 680 202 ML
I Remember Clifford-
Are You Real-
Blues Pour DoudouMercury (F) 6444700
* Fontana (F) 680 202 ML   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - 1958-Paris Olympia
= Epic LA 16009, BA 17009   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - Paris Concert
= Mercury (F) 6444700   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - Olympia Concert

Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra

Buddy Childers, Don Fargerquist, Ollie Mitchell, Al Porcino (trumpet) Milt Bernhart, Dick Nash, Frank Rosolino, Kenny Shroyer (trombone) Red Callender (tuba) Harry Klee, Bud Shank (alto sax, flute) Bob Cooper (tenor sax, oboe) Dave Pell (tenor sax, clarinet) Chuck Gentry (baritone sax, bass clarinet) Claude Williamson (piano) Howard Roberts (guitar) Don Bagley (bass) Shelly Manne (drums) Pete Rugolo (leader, arranger)
Hollywood, CA, November 24, 1958
16263Concerto For DoghouseEmArcy MG 36143
16264Sunset Tower-
16265Opus In Pastels-
16266Theme To The West-
* EmArcy MG 36143, SR 80014; Mercury MG 20528, SR 60205   Pete Rugolo - Rugolo Plays Kenton

Terry Gibbs Nonet

Charlie Kennedy, Joe Maini (alto sax) Med Flory, Bill Holman (tenor sax) Jack Schwartz (baritone sax) Terry Gibbs (vibes) Pete Jolly (piano) Max Bennett (bass) Mel Lewis (drums) Pete Rugolo (arranger, conductor)
Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November, 1958
16844At LastEmArcy MG 36148
16845Don't Cry-
16846I Remember-
16847You Make Me Feel So Young-
16848With All My Love To You-
16849Moonlight Serenade-
16850The Things We Did Last Summer-
16851Lazy Sunday-
16852Blues In The Night-
16853Impossible-
16854Every Day Is Spring With You-
16870What Is There To Say-
* EmArcy MG 36148, SR 80027; Mercury MG 20535, SR 60212   Terry Gibbs - More Vibes On Velvet

Johnny Preston

Link Davis (sax) Big Bopper, Bill Hall, George Jones (Indian chants) Johnny Preston (vocals)
Gold Star Studio, Houston, TX, late 1958
19439My Heart KnowsMercury 71474x45, EP 1-3397
19440Running BearMercury 71474x45, EP 1-3397, MG 20581, MG 20592; Wing MGW 12246-W; Mercury SR 61371, SRM 1-1097
* Mercury MG 20581, SR 60241   Various Artists - 14 More Newies But Goodies
* Mercury MG 20592, SR 60250   Johnny Preston - Running Bear
* Wing MGW 12246-W, SRW 16246-W   Johnny Preston - Running Bear
* Mercury SR 61371   Various Artists - Solid Gold R & R, Vol. 1
* Mercury EP 1-3397   Johnny Preston
* Mercury 71474x45   Johnny Preston - My Heart Knows / Running Bear
* Mercury SRM 1-1097   Johnny Preston (no details)

Sarah Vaughan With "No Count" Band

Wendell Culley, Joe Newman, Eugene Young (trumpet) Thad Jones (trumpet, conductor) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (trombone) Marshall Royal (alto sax, clarinet) Frank Foster, Billy Mitchell (tenor sax) Frank Wess (tenor, alto sax, flute) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone sax) Ronnell Bright (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Richard Davis (bass) Sonny Payne (drums) Sarah Vaughan (vocals) Hal Mooney (director)
Fine Recording, NYC, December 15, 1958
17413-17Smoke Gets In Your EyesEmArcy MG 36152
* EmArcy MG 36152   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah (not released)
= Mercury MG 20441, SR 60116; Universal (J) UCCM-9039   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah

Jimmy Cleveland Octet

Ray Copeland (trumpet) Ernie Royal (flugelhorn) Jimmy Cleveland (trombone) Don Butterfield (tuba) Jerome Richardson (tenor sax) Junior Mance (piano) Bill Crow (bass) Art Taylor (drums) Ernie Wilkins (arranger)
Fine Recording, NYC, December 16, 1958
17432MarieMercury MG 20442
17433Stardust-
* Mercury MG 20442, SR 60117   A Map Of Jimmy Cleveland

Jimmy Cleveland Octet

Ray Copeland (trumpet) Ernie Royal (flugelhorn) Jimmy Cleveland (trombone) Don Butterfield (tuba) Jerome Richardson (tenor sax) Junior Mance (piano) Bill Crow (bass) Art Taylor (drums) Ernie Wilkins (arranger): same personnel
Fine Recording, NYC, December 17, 1958
17434The Best Things In Life Are FreeMercury MG 20442
17435A Hundred Years From Today-
* Mercury MG 20442, SR 60117   A Map Of Jimmy Cleveland

Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers

Lee Morgan (trumpet) Benny Golson (tenor sax) Bobby Timmons (piano) Jymie Merritt (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, December 17, 1958
Moanin'Fontana (F) 680 202 ML
Justice-
Blues MarchFontana (Du) 460 642 TE; Mercury (F) 6444700
Whisper Not-
* Fontana (F) 680 202 ML   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - 1958-Paris Olympia
= Epic LA 16009, BA 17009   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - Paris Concert
= Mercury (F) 6444700   Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - Olympia Concert
* Fontana (Du) 460 642 TE, (E) TFE 17257   Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers - Blues March/Whisper Not

Jimmy Cleveland Octet

Ray Copeland (trumpet) Ernie Royal (flugelhorn) Jimmy Cleveland (trombone) Don Butterfield (tuba) Jerome Richardson (tenor sax, flute) Junior Mance (piano) Bill Crow (bass) Art Taylor (drums) Ernie Wilkins (arranger)
Fine Recording, NYC, December 18, 1958
17436Jimmy's Old Funky BluesMercury MG 20442
17437Swing Low, Sweet Chariot-
17438Jay Bird-
* Mercury MG 20442, SR 60117   A Map Of Jimmy Cleveland

Sarah Vaughan With "No Count" Band

Wendell Culley, Joe Newman, Eugene Young (trumpet) Thad Jones (trumpet, conductor) Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (trombone) Marshall Royal (alto sax, clarinet) Frank Foster, Billy Mitchell (tenor sax) Frank Wess (tenor, alto sax, flute) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone sax) Ronnell Bright (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Richard Davis (bass) Sonny Payne (drums) Sarah Vaughan (vocals) Hal Mooney (director)
Fine Recording, NYC, December 23, 1958
17423-14Moonlight In VermontEmArcy MG 36152
17424-16Cheek To Cheek-
17425-1Missing You-
17426-3Just One Of Those Things-
17427-3No 'Count Blues-
* EmArcy MG 36152   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah (not released)
= Mercury MG 20441, SR 60116; Universal (J) UCCM-9039   Sarah Vaughan - No Count Sarah

Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra

Lucky Thompson (tenor sax) Eddie Barclay And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones (arranger, director)
Barclay Studios, Paris, France, 1958
???? | 19052I'll Keep Coming Back For More (Fragile Eyes)Mercury MG 20488
???? | 19055Je Voudrais-
* Mercury MG 20488, SR 60167   Eddie Barclay - Twilight Time

Red Prysock And His Orchestra

Taft Jordan, Emmet Perry (trumpet) Don Cole, Dicky Wells (trombone) James Powell (alto sax) Red Prysock (tenor sax) Clarence Wright (baritone sax) Howard Whaley (piano, organ) Eddie McFadden (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) David Francis (drums) George Laguna (congas) Bill Rodriguez (bongos)
NYC, 1958
17483I Let A Song Go Out Of My HeartMercury MG 20512
17484Moonlight In Vermont-
17485Flamingo-
17486Stardust-
17487Spring Is Here-
17488My Funny Valentine-
17489Shootin' High-
17490On The Sunny Side Of The Street-
17491Mr. Wonderful-
17492And The Angels SingMercury 71476x45
17493Teach Me TonightMercury MG 20512
17494Riffin' With RedMercury 71476x45
17495Stella By StarlightMercury MG 20512
17496Without A Song-
* Mercury MG 20512, SR 60188   Red Prysock - Swing Softly Red
* Mercury 71476x45   Red Prysock - And The Angels Sing / Riffin' With Red

Franz Jackson And The Original Jass All Stars

Bob Shoffner (trumpet) Al Wynn (trombone) Bill Oldham (tuba) Franz Jackson (clarinet) Rozelle Claxton (piano) Lawrence Dixon (banjo) Richard Curry (drums)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, 1958
17697The MartiniqueMercury unissued
17698Gate CityEmArcy MG 36151
* EmArcy MG 36151   Franz Jackson And The Original Jass All Stars - Jass, Jass, Jass (not released)
= Mercury MG 20443, SR 60125   Franz Jackson And His Dixieland All Stars - Jazz Concert Tonight (not released)
= Philips (US) PHM 200-013, (US) PHS 600-013   Franz Jackson And The Original Jass All Stars - Jass, Jass, Jass

Bobby Christian And His Orchestra

unidentified orchestra, Bobby Christian (leader, arranger, percussion)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, 1958
16538ManhattanMercury MG 20335
16539I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles-
16540I Want To Be Happy-
16541Ballin' The Jack-
16691Georgia On My Mind-
16692The Lady Is A Tramp-
16693Alone-
16694Crickets On Parade-
16712Lost In A Fog-
16713Doll Dance-
16714Cherokee (Indian Love Song)-
16715Miami Beach Rhumba-
* Mercury MG 20335, SR 60015   Bobby Christian - Mr. Percussion

Taft Jordan Quintet

Taft Jordan (trumpet) Dave Martin (piano) Everett Barksdale (guitar) Joe Benjamin (bass) Chink Martin (drums)
NYC, 1958?
16410Second Balcony JumpMercury MG 20429
16411Mariquita-
16412Night Boat-
16413It's The Talk Of The Town-
16414Smoky-
16415Do Anything-
* Mercury MG 20429, SR 60101   The Moods Of Taft Jordan

The Gaylords With Dick Marx Orchestra Featuring Eddie Chamblee

Eddie Chamblee (tenor sax -2) The Gaylords (vocal group) unidentified orchestra, Dick Marx (conductor)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, 1958?
1. 18000I'm Longin' For LoveMercury 71369x45
2. 18001Flamingo L'Amore-
* Mercury 71369x45   The Gaylords - I'm Longin' For Love / Flamingo L'Amore

Frank Strozier Quartet

Frank Strozier (alto sax) and others
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, 1958?
17003 | JB329What A Difference A Day MadeMercury unissued
17004 | JB330Six Trey And Cottage-
17005 | JB331Linger Awhile-
17006 | JB332Last Night When We Were Young-
17007 | JB333In The Still Of The Night-
17008 | JB334Come Rain Or Come Shine-
17009 | JB335Just One Of Those Things-

Clyde Otis And His Orchestra

Ann Leslie (vocals -3) Clyde Otis And His Orchestra
Fine Recording, NYC, maybe 1958
1. 16915IdahoMercury MG 20413
2. 16916Sleepy Lagoon-
3. 16917For You, For Me, Forever More-
4. 16918That Old Feeling-
5. 16919Rat Tat Tat-
6. 16920Blackberry Blue And Rose Blossom Pink-
7. 16921Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive-
8. 16922Mister Sandman-
9. 16923Secret Love-
10. 16924Mariquita-
11. 16925Boogie Woogie-
12. 16926Charleston-
* Mercury MG 20413, SR 60089   Clyde Otis - America's Dance Favorites

The Del Vikings

Clarence Quick (vocals) The Del Vikings (vocal group) unidentified orchestra, Carl Stevens (conductor)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, maybe 1958
16297Friendly MoonMercury MG 20353, EP 1-3389
16298SnowboundMercury 71241x45
16299Oh I Love YouMercury MG 20353, EP 1-3388
16300Oh TonightMercury MG 20353, EP 1-3387
16301That's Why (I Love You So)-
* Mercury MG 20353   The Del Vikings - The Swingin, Singing Record Session
* Mercury 71241x45   The Del Vikings - Your Book Of Life / Snowbound
* Mercury EP 1-3389, EP 1-3388, EP 1-3387   The Del Vikings (no details)

Lou Stein

Mel Davis (trumpet) George Berg, Milt Yaner (sax) Lou Stein (upright piano) George Barnes (guitar, banjo) Sid Block (bass, tuba) Bunny Shawker (drums)
probably maybe 1958?
HeartachesMercury MG 20364
I Cried For You-
Bye Bye Blackbird-
You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)-
I Can't Give You Anything But Love-
When The Saints Go Marching In-
My Melancholy Baby-
In The Mood-
My Blue Heaven-
I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover-
I Had To Be You-
One O'Clock Jump-
* Mercury MG 20364, SR 60054   Lou Stein - Honky Tonk Piano (The Stein Way)
= Wing MGW 12219, SRW 16219   Lou Stein Way

Frank D'Rone

unknown (#1 trumpet -1,3,4) unknown (#2 trumpet -1,3,4) unknown (sax, clarinet -1,3,4) unknown (piano) unknown (guitar -2) unknown (bass) unknown (drums) Frank D'Rone (vocals)
Universal Recording, Chicago, IL, maybe 1958?
1. 16594I Could Write A BookMercury MG 20418
2. 16595Joey, Joey, Joey-
3. 16596Fascinating Rhythm-
4. 16597Love And The Weather-
* Mercury MG 20418, SR 60064   Frank D'Rone Sings